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65 STAT.]

PUBLIC LAW 183—OCT. 20, 1951


member of the group referred to in this clause unless during the period referred to in this clause he owns stock in such corporation at a time when the members of the group control such corporation and he owns stock in the taxpayer at a time when the members of the group control the taxpayer. For the purpose of this clause, the ownership of stock shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of section 503, except that construe- leu.^l". c^§soa tive ownership under section 503(a)(2) shall be determined only with respect to the individual's spouse and minor children. "(iii) I n case the taxpayer during or prior to the taxable year was a purchasing corporation (as defined in part IV), the selling corporation (as defined in such Po«t,p.55&. part) whose properties were acquired in the part IV transaction; but this clause shall not apply unless for the taxable year or for any preceding taxable year the conditions of paragraphs (1), (2), and (3) of section 474 (c) were satisfied with respect to such transaction. Post, p. 5^. "(iv) Any corporation which, under regulations prescribed by the Secretary, is determined by one or more additional applications of clauses (i) to (iii) to stand indirectly in the same relation to the taxpayer as though such corporation were described in any such clause. If as of the beginning of December 1, 1950, the adjusted basis for determining gain upon sale or exchange of the aggregate assets theretofore acquired by the taxpayer in transactions described in clauses (i) and (iii) (or acquired in the ordinary course of business in replacement of such assets) and held by it at such time constituted less than 20 per centum of the adjusted basis for determining gain upon sale or exchange of its total assets held at such time, then transactions described in such clauses occurring prior to such date shall be disregarded in determining the date as of which the taxpayer shall be considered to have commenced business. "(3) LIMITATION.—The provisions of paragraph (1) of this subsection shall not apply to a taxpayer which derives more than 50 per centum of its gross income (determined without regard to dividends and without regard to gains from sales or exchanges of capital assets) for the taxable year from contracts and subcontracts to which the provisions of title I of the Renegotiation Act of 1951 (or the provisions of any prior renegotiation act) are Ante.p.y. applicable." SEC. 502. PAYMENTS FROM FOREIGN SOURCES FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, ETC. (a) AMENDMENT OF SECTION 433 (a)(1).—Section 433(a)(1) ^^^^'g"^^(relating to excess profits net income for taxable years ending after (a)(i)." June 30, 1950) is hereby amended by adding at the end thereof the PS'P.'549.' following new subparagraph: " (B) Payments From Foreign Sources for Technical Assistance, Etc.—In the case of a domestic corporation which renders to a related foreign corporation technical assistance, engineering services, scientific assistance, or similar services (such services or assistance being related to the production or improvement of products of the type manufactured by such domestic corporation), there shall be excluded the remuneration for such services or assistance if such remuneration constitutes income derived from sources without the United 76100 O - 52 (PT. I) - 37